Advanced Bio-Photon Analyzer is not exactly a rife machine —
it's more like a radionics machine, except that the latter
traditionally depend on the user's intent, and the ABPA doesn't.
It performs various functions, such as transmitting balancing
frequencies, transmitting frequencies from an external frequency
generator, such as the F165,
or allowing you to make idiopathic remedies by transferring
energy from a substance into a bottle of liquid.
Sutherland uses these machines extensively, along with the SG-1
(formerly the SC-1A), a newer device by a different manufacturer
(which I don't
review here, never having used it). If you're just going to transmit frequencies from an external
generator, the SG-1 is smaller and less expensive than the ABPA, though it
requires an additional $700 piece of equipment to hold a digital
file. The ABPA can also use this but has a couple of
options that make it unnecessary in some cases. For maximum
effectiveness, according to Sutherland, the ABPA requires an
external antenna board and an adapter to connect to a frequency
generator, both available as accessories.
used the ABPA with Jeff Sutherland's programs and
found it effective. However, the manufacturer refuses to
communicate with end users. Although he has an email form on his
site, he doesn't respond to emails. There's no phone number, and
if you try to fax, it rings for so long that your fax machine will give
up trying to send. I've confirmed with others that he makes himself
unavailable, except perhaps to dealers. So if you buy a used
machine, it's advisable to find out who the original dealer was,
in case you need service (assuming the dealer will provide it).
The unit seems
fairly reliable, but I think a case could be made that anyone
with as much contempt for customers as this manufacturer doesn't
deserve more of them.